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What did you cut today?


#62

Aaah, the good old 24-sided circle of Sketchup! :grin:
That one got me lots of times…


#63

Nice! Do you have the rules for this game? Can never seem to find them. This is the one you play with cards right?


#64

It’s this one I think:

Easy but very irritating game. And my 4 year old boy loves it :face_with_monocle:


#65

Thein and similar separators don’t work very well if the dustbin starts getting full, something to keep in mind. FWIW, stumbled across a YouTube comparison between one and a cyclone last night.

Nice looking use of pallet wood!


#66

Its a dice game. We call it Dibs…its essentially the forerunner to games like Sorry, Aggravation, Trouble. In the fifties when my parents bought their first house all the neighbourhood made one of these from the kitchen sink cutout. They used alleys/marbles as markers and the holes were unfilled. We still play it at the cottage. This game is a little unique with the center hole. I’m happy to provide the rules if you’d like them.


#67

cut this to test my new z axis


Project of the Week / Community Gardener for September 19, 2018
#68

It is reall easy to change the nuber of points in a circel or arc in sketchup, right click and click on entity info. I usually up it by a factor of 10.


#69

What speed do you do your inlay cuts?


#70

A slice of pizza? :face_with_monocle:


#71

yeah, pizza is sort of my muse. Just to let you know how serious it is, here are some wood burnings i’ve done.


#72

And you have also built a real pizza-oven? That’s on my to-do list :slight_smile:


#73

I cut some American flags this weekend for some family members. I still need to work on my Z axis as I still have some slope. :thinking:

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Project of the Week / Community Gardener for September 26, 2018
#74

I cut this unicorn trinket box. While not very impressive or intricate as individual parts, when stacked its really amazing how close the repeated cuts are when you consider the size of the maslow :blush:


Project of the Week / Community Gardener for September 26, 2018
#75

That is WOW. Are the pieces all cut at the same x/y coordinates on the sheet?


#76

Sorry gero i dont know :persevere:, I traced a unicorn image and placed 7 nested together in easel. I moved router to desired place hit define home and cut. Does that answer your question?


#77

That answered my question and tells that you have the Maslow dialed in well. Thanks.


#78

I really like the idea of this thread and how active it is. I’ve made a sign recently for my grandma who is a huge Detroit tigers fan. Could have turned out better but was in a rush.


Project of the Week / Community Gardener for September 26, 2018
#79

Getting ready for x-mass my wife wanted a nativity scene for outside so this is what I came up with using img online IMG_2902|666x500


Project of the Week / Community Gardener for October 3, 2018
#80

A little something I cut for a friend.


Project of the Week / Community Gardener for October 3, 2018
#81

had an old table laying around, came out pretty nice! used f-engrave to do the v-carving.


Project of the Week / Community Gardener for October 31, 2018